NCAA & NAIA Eligibility Center Information
Student athletes should register with NCAA and/or NAIA Eligibility Centers during their junior year (it is best to sign up before they take their first SAT or ACT test). Keep in mind that there may be costs associated with these registrations.
- To Register for NCAA Eligibility Center – www.eligibilitycenter.com
- To Register for NAIA Eligibility Center – www.playnaia.org
Both Eligibility Centers will request an official transcript. They cannot accept an official transcript until it has grades 9-11 (3 years/6 semesters).
The Eligibility Center will then request an official Transcript be sent after graduation. These will automatically be sent by the high school based on a list of all students that have registered with the Eligibility Center (this list is given to them by the Eligibility Center).
Students must take an SAT test or ACT test and have their scores sent directly to the eligibility center. Copies of scores cannot be sent.
- When signing up for either test there will be an option to send scores to 4 schools/institutions for free. The Eligibility Centers can be requested as one of the institutions to send the score.
- We recommend that students that are registered with the eligibility center should send their scores to the eligibility center and then choose 2-3 schools they would be interested in attending if they later choose to not play sports in college.
To send scores to NCAA Eligibility Center use code – 9999
To send scores to NAIA Eligibility Center use code – 9876
A great resource for NCAA Eligibility Center Registration is the “Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete” located on their website.
Students must be registered with the Eligibility Center in order to take an official visit.